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Salt Lake City Theft Charge Attorney

With more than 28 years of experience, Gregory W. Stevens is a criminal defense attorney who protects the rights and interests of adults and juveniles who have been charged with misdemeanor and felony theft and property crimes in state and federal courts.

If you need to speak with an attorney about a theft charge, Salt Lake City lawyer Gregory W. Stevens offers a free consultation. To schedule an appointment, call him today at 385-232-3775 / 800-405-2379. Through located in Salt Lake City, Mr. Stevens serves clients in all of Salt Lake County and throughout the Wasatch Front and other parts of Utah.

Utah Robbery Aand Burglary Charge

Theft crimes carry substantial penalties, including jail time, fines, restitution to the victim of the crime and alternative sentencing such as probation and community service, in addition to a criminal record that could affect your ability to get jobs and housing in the future. Salt Lake City theft charge attorney Gregory W. Stevens protects the rights of adults and juveniles facing charges of:

  • Petty theft and grand larceny
  • Burglary, robbery and breaking and entering
  • Shoplifting
  • Arson
  • Vandalism, criminal mischief and criminal trespassing
  • Destruction of government and school property
  • White collar crime, including embezzlement, fraud and identity theft

Mr. Stevens will make sure that the arresting officer and prosecutor do not infringe upon your constitutional rights in preparing their case against you. In many cases, we are able to get the charges against you dismissed. Alternatively, we will work with the prosecuting attorney to minimize the consequences of a conviction.

Contact Aa Utah Attorney

To discuss building your robbery and burglary defense, contact Utah and Davis County lawyer Gregory W. Stevens. For assistance, call 385-232-3775 / 800-405-2379, or contact Mr. Stevens by e-mail.

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